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Reading Like A Writer

On the 16th October, Norwich Writers’ Circle chairman Adrian Dearnley hosted a writing workshop and manucript evening. Using an exercise from Francine Prose’s book Reading Like A Writer as a starting point, individually everyone had to choose 3 words in a row from a series of 7 lines. In a surprise twist, we were then asked to write … Continue reading

Greenhouse Get-Together

This Saturday, the 20th, sees another one of our regular Greenhouse meetings. Feel free to drop in from 2.00pm onwards for a relaxed and informal chat with Norwich Writers’ Circle’s members in the cafe. Everyone is welcome to join us at the Bethal Street venue. We look forward to seeing you then.

New Look NewPlays.org.uk

Norwich Writers’ Circle committee member James Dimelow has recently relaunched his website. The new look NewPlays.org.uk gives you the opportunity to explore all of James’ completed plays to date. In additon to this, you can also discover interesting background information for some of the dramas. To find out more please visit NewPlays.org.uk.

Elizabeth Taylor’s Surprise

During our 2nd October meeting, committee member Elizabeth Taylor was rewarded for her long-term work as Norwich Writers’ Circle’s Competition Secretary. Elizabeth, who still remains a committee member, was thanked for her efforts over the years by new Circle President Elizabeth Bencze. Norwich Writers’ Circle next meet on 16th October when our chairman Adrian Dearnley will … Continue reading

New Writers’ Circle President

Norwich Writers’ Circle has a new President. During our annual Summer break it was announced that Elizabeth Bencze would be taking over the took over the role from Olga Sinclair, who stepped down earlier in the year. Elizabeth was formally welcomed into the role at our 2nd October meeting.

Thirty Years In The Making…

Norwich Writers’ Circle member and Programme Secretary, Phyllida Scrivens, completed her Open University BA (Hons) degree in Literature this Summer, graduating at the Barbican in London on Friday 14th September. Phyllida wrote this piece about her experience: My Moment Of Glory It was very nearly my turn. My protracted Open University journey that had begun in 1982 … Continue reading

Writing The Visual

On 2nd October Norwich Writers’ Circle welcomed Amanda Addison to The Assembly House. In a well-attended meeting the local author gave us a talk/workshop called Writing The Visual. Amanda discussed creating an original short story insprired by a works of art, craft and design. During the evening the interesting writer discussed her own career to date, and how she … Continue reading

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